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AIPRM’s Ultimate Generative AI Glossary
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Welcome to AIPRM’s definitive online glossary for generative AI.
From students to professionals, this resource is designed to empower every reader with a solid and clear understanding of the critical concepts that drive generative AI.
From exploring foundational terms such as neural networks and deep learning to understanding the nuances of GANs, this glossary has been curated to offer a structured and comprehensive pathway to becoming proficient in the language of generative AI.
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A specialized form of two-part neural network that includes an “encoder” and a “decoder.” The encoder transforms the initial data into a smaller depiction. The decoder tries to reconstitute the original data from the depiction, restoring it to its original state.
A distinctive architectural framework within the Generative Adversarial Network (GAN) paradigm, specialized for the generation of three-dimensional shapes.
A crucial element within artificial neural networks, responsible for modifying input signals. This function adjusts the output magnitude based on the input magnitude: Inputs over a predetermined threshold result in larger outputs. It acts like a gate that selectively permits values over a certain point.
A form of reinforcement learning from human feedback where an algorithm actively engages with a user to obtain labels for data. It refines its performance by getting labels for desired outputs.
A two-part algorithmic structure employed in reinforcement learning. Within this model, the “Actor” determines optimal actions based on the state of its environment. At the same time, the “Critic” evaluates the quality of state-action pairs, improving them over time.
Advantage Actor Critic (A2C)
An advanced fusion of policy gradient and learned value function within reinforcement learning. This hybrid algorithm is characterized by two interdependent components the “Actor,” which learns a parameterized policy, and the “Critic,” which assimilates a value function for the evaluation of state-action pairs. These components collectively contribute to a refined learning process.
An attempt to damage a machine learning model by giving it misleading or deceptive data during its training phase, or later exposing it to maliciously-engineered data, with the intent to induce degrade or manipulate the model’s output.
The building blocks of an adversarial attack: Inputs deliberately constructed to provoke errors in machine learning models. These are typically deviations from valid inputs included in the data set that involve subtle alterations that an attacker introduces to exploit vulnerabilities in the model.
Any software program or autonomous entity (such as a machine learning model) capable of acting or making decisions in pursuit of specific goals.
A method employed for simulating intricate systems, focusing on interactions between individual agents to glean insights into emergent system behaviors.
AI (Artificial Intelligence)
A field encompassing the theory and crafting of computer systems with the capacity to execute tasks traditionally necessitating human intelligence like perception, speech comprehension, decision-making, and language translation. This can also refer to an individual machine learning model.
A musical composition made by or with AI-based audio generation.
AI Policy and Regulation
The formulation of public sector frameworks and legal measures aimed at steering and overseeing artificial intelligence technologies. This facet of regulation extends into the broader realm of algorithmic governance.
A software application that uses artificial intelligence to produce written content, mimicking human-like text generation. AI writing tools can be invaluable for businesses engaged in content marketing.
Text written by, or with the assistance of, an AI writer.
A cloud-centric artificial intelligence platform that helps integrate and manage an existing digital marketing tech stack.
AlphaGo Alpha Zero
A specialized computer program devised by Google DeepMind to play the intricate Chinese strategy game Go. It showcases the potential of narrow AI by engaging in strategic gameplay akin to chess but with a far broader range of possible outcomes.
Artificial Neural Network (ANN)
Asynchronous Advantage Actor Critic (A3C)
A robust reinforcement learning algorithm in which a policy and value function coexist. Operating within the forward trajectory, A3C leverages multi-step returns for policy and value-function updates, exemplifying sophisticated learning techniques.
An aspect of machine learning models enabling them to prioritize certain data segments during predictions. This mimics human cognitive focus by assigning different weights to distinct data elements, allowing the model to pay more attention to those elements.
AUC-ROC (Area Under the Receiver Operating Characteristic Curve)
A quantitative evaluation metric for classification tasks, charting the performance curve of various threshold settings. The Area Under the Curve (AUC) signifies the degree of separability within the classification model.
A specialized variant of artificial neural networks employed for unsupervised learning. Autoencoders master the dual functions of data encoding and decoding, facilitating efficient data representation and reconstruction.
A strategy employed to maliciously access computer systems or encrypted data by using covert pathways to evade conventional security measures.
Short for “backward propagation of errors,” this is an algorithmic bedrock of supervised learning for artificial neural networks. Backpropagation computes weight adjustments based on the gradient of an error function to help refine a model.
The number of samples processed within a single iteration of model training. Batch size governs the pace of model updates and optimization.
A pivotal dynamic programming equation integral to discrete-time optimization problems, facilitating optimal decision-making within sequential contexts.
Bidirectional Encoder Representations from Transformers (BERT)
A system or model whose internal mechanisms or workings are not transparently understandable from its inputs and outputs. The inner processes are concealed, making it challenging to discern how the system arrives at specific decisions or predictions. While black box models such as deep neural networks can achieve high performance, their lack of interpretability can hinder understanding and trust.
A metric for automatic evaluation of machine-translated text. The BLEU score gauges the similarity between machine-generated text and a set of high-quality reference translations, yielding a value between zero and one.
A form of artificial neural networks that model intricate hierarchical relationships. Drawing inspiration from biological neural organization, they aim to emulate more closely the structure of human neural connections.
A problem that occurs when two similar game states yield dramatically divergent outcomes, causing confusion in the Q-function‘s learning process.
An interactive software application that imitates human conversation via text or voice interactions, frequently found in online environments.
A distinct category or group that objects, entities, or data points can be classified into based on shared characteristics or features. They are used in various machine learning and pattern recognition tasks such as image classification or text categorization in which algorithms learn to differentiate and sort input data.
A multidisciplinary domain that aims to replicate human creativity through computational methods by combining approaches from fields including artificial intelligence, philosophy, cognitive psychology, and the arts.
A subfield of artificial intelligence (AI) and computer science that focuses on enabling computers to interpret, understand, and process visual information from the world. It has a broad range of applications including object detection, image classification, facial recognition, and autonomous vehicles.
A pivotal tool for evaluating model performance by identifying misclassified objects, providing insights into model accuracy.
An extension of the multi-armed bandit approach that considers contextual information to optimize decision-making in multi-action scenarios.
An approach that enables machine learning models to accumulate knowledge from a sequence of unrelated tasks, preserving previously acquired insights and applying them to new challenges. Also known as incremental learning or lifelong learning.
Convergence in machine learning refers to the state during training where a model’s loss stabilizes within a certain error range around its final value. It signifies that further training will not significantly enhance the model’s performance.
Convolutional Neural Network (CNN)
A type of neural network that employs a type of mathematical operation called convolution to discern patterns and recognize objects within imagery. Its applications range from image recognition to feature extraction.
The full set of data utilized to train an artificial intelligence model. It reviews this data to learn about a specific domain.
A robust technique for assessing machine learning models by training them on only a subset of the data and evaluating them on a different subset.
An approach in machine learning that mimics classical human education by introducing progressively more complex aspects of a problem. This enhances a model’s learning trajectory by ensuring it remains optimally challenged.
An image-to-image translation methodology using unpaired datasets to learn mappings between the input and output images.
A technique where users artificially enrich the training set by adding modified copies of the same data.
An uneven distribution of classes within a dataset. This can challenge model performance and accuracy.
A phenomenon where external information inadvertently influences model training, compromising its integrity.
A type of adversarial attack involving the manipulation of training data by deliberately introducing contaminated samples to skew model behavior and outputs.
Deep Deterministic Policy Gradient (DDPG)
Deep Learning (DL)
Deep Q-Network (DQN)
Synthetic media (typically images or videos) produced through digital manipulation by convincingly replacing one individual’s likeness with another’s.
The task of predicting the depth of objects within an image. This is essential for various computer vision applications like self-driving vehicles.
Differentiable Neural Computers
Advanced and typically recurrent neural network architectures enhanced with memory modules for complex learning and reasoning tasks.
A process enabling gradients of 3D objects to be calculated and propagated through 2D images.
A technique for simplifying datasets by reducing their feature dimensions while preserving critical information.
Dynamic Time Warping (DTW)
A method for measuring similarity between time series data, commonly used in time series analysis and pattern recognition.
Embeddings from Language Models (ELMo)
A word embedding technique that generates context-aware word representations by considering character-level tokens.
An iteration in the training process where the entire dataset is presented to a machine learning model.
The process of distilling relevant information from raw data to create meaningful features for machine learning.
The task of identifying and retaining the most crucial features while discarding less relevant ones in a dataset to use only relevant data and ignore noise.
A collaborative machine learning paradigm where models are trained across distributed devices while preserving data privacy.
A learning paradigm where models are trained on limited examples and expected to generalize their skills to unfamiliar but related tasks.
The process of adapting a pre-trained model to a new task by adjusting its parameters using task-specific data.
The process of adjusting the parameters of a model to best match observed data. Fitting involves minimizing the difference between the model’s predictions and the actual data points, typically achieved through optimization techniques like gradient descent. This process enables the model to generalize and make accurate predictions on new, unseen data.
Fitted Q Iteration (FQI)
Gated Recurrent Units (GRU)
Generative Adversarial Network (GAN)
Generative 3D Modeling
A technique for representing three-dimensional shapes as a series of processing steps using generative algorithms, simplifying design and fabrication processes.
A design approach driven by AI, where algorithms generate multiple design options based on defined constraints and objectives.
A branch of machine learning focused on using AI to model and predict outcomes of hypothetical phenomena (such as how a car might crumple during a crash).
Generative Pretrained Transformer (GPT)
A heuristic optimization technique inspired by natural selection and genetic processes to solve complex optimization problems.
Global AI Strategies
Global Vectors for Word Representation (GLoVe)
A word embedding technique capturing semantic relationships between words based on global co-occurrence statistics.
GPTs are a combination of a Prompt Template, Documents and API instructions as feature inside ChatGPT. GPTs are base setups, like characters. AIPRM manages task specific prompts for each GPT.
The rate of change of a function concerning its input variables, indicating the direction and magnitude of the change. This is useful in optimization algorithms like gradient descent to iteratively adjust model parameters and minimize errors.
A machine learning model that uses graph structures to represent and analyze relationships between data points.
A reinforcement learning paradigm focused on breaking down large processes into simple subtasks to improve decision-making across multiple levels of abstraction or hierarchy.
Hindsight Experience Replay
A technique in reinforcement learning where failed experiences are replayed with alternate goals to improve learning efficiency.
Cooperation between humans and artificial intelligence to collectively accomplish tasks by leveraging their respective strengths.
Human-Centered Machine Learning
An approach to machine learning that emphasizes human needs, ethics, and user experience in model development.
A paradigm where human input is integrated into AI processes, enhancing model performance and accountability.
A configurable setting in machine learning models that influences training behavior and performance.
The process of generating new images from existing ones using machine learning models, vital for creative applications.
An advanced computer vision technique that transforms images from one domain into another to learn the mapping between input and output images.
A challenging natural language processing task in which a model generates text descriptions of input images.
An approach in machine learning where models learn by imitating human behavior, often used for training autonomous systems.
A single data point in a dataset, characterized by a set of features and, in supervised learning, associated with a label.
The study of explaining and understanding the decision-making processes of machine learning models, and of designing systems whose decisions can be easily understood. Also known as explainability.
Intrinsic Curiosity Module (ICM)
A mechanism in reinforcement learning where models are driven to exhibit inherently rewarding behaviors like exploration and curiosity. Modeled after the psychological concept of the same name.
Inverse Reinforcement Learning
A technique where agents learn an underlying reward function from observed human behavior.
A technique where a complex model transfers its knowledge to a smaller, simpler model, enhancing efficiency without losing validity.
Large Language Models (LLMs)
A type of language model characterized by its extensive capacity to understand and generate human language.
A text normalization technique in natural language processing that transforms words into their base or root form, enhancing language processing efficiency.
Local Interpretable Model-Agnostic Explanations (LIME)
Long Short-Term Memory (LSTM)
A mathematical function used to measure the difference between predicted and actual values in machine learning models.
Machine Learning (ML)
An advanced discipline of artificial intelligence where algorithms learn from data to make informed decisions or predictions.
Machine Learning Algorithms
Mathematical models and techniques employed to discern and understand inherent patterns within datasets, aiding in predictions, decisions, and insights.
Machine Learning Operations (MLOps)
The practice of streamlining the deployment, management, and monitoring of machine learning models in real-world applications.
Translating text from one language to another using machine learning models.
Markov Decision Process (MDP)
A mathematical framework used to model decision-making in scenarios with sequential actions and uncertain outcomes.
An AI model that combines reasoning abilities with a long-term memory component, learning to effectively utilize both. The long-term memory is read from and written to, aiming to enhance predictive capabilities. These networks are particularly explored in question-answering contexts, utilizing long-term memory as a dynamic knowledge base to generate relevant textual responses.
Meta Reinforcement Learning
An approach where machine learning models learn to learn, acquiring knowledge that helps them rapidly adapt to new tasks. Meta-learning involves utilizing machine learning algorithms to effectively integrate predictions from other machine learning models.
The operationalization of machine learning models, making them accessible for real-world applications and interactions.
An algorithm in reinforcement learning that doesn’t explicitly model the environment’s dynamics or transition probabilities.
A model compression technique that reduces model memory and computational requirements by representing parameters with fewer bits.
The ability of a machine learning model to perform consistently across different input data and scenarios.
The process of assessing a machine learning model’s performance and generalization capabilities on unseen data.
Model-Free RL (Reinforcement Learning)
A method in reinforcement learning that doesn’t rely on the transition probability distribution or reward function of the problem’s decision process, collectively known as the “model.” It instead operates on trial-and-error, exploring various solutions to optimize and achieve the most favorable outcome.
A technique in gradient-based optimization algorithms that accelerates convergence by incorporating past gradients.
Monte Carlo Method
A stochastic algorithm that estimates mathematical values by generating random samples or simulations.
Monte Carlo Tree Search (MCTS)
A decision-making algorithm often used in game-playing AI. It excels in managing intricate and strategic video games with vast search spaces, a challenge where conventional algorithms might falter due to the overwhelming number of possible actions.
The task of forecasting future trajectories or actions of objects, often used in autonomous systems.
A classic optimization problem where an agent chooses between multiple actions (“arms”) to maximize cumulative rewards.
Multi-Dimensional Scaling (MDS)
A technique for visualizing high-dimensional data by projecting it onto a lower-dimensional space while preserving data similarity.
An attention mechanism that allows a model to focus on different aspects of input data simultaneously.
Machine learning models capable of understanding and generating text in multiple languages.
A training approach that leverages data from multiple modalities (e.g., text, image, audio) to improve model performance.
An approach where a single machine learning model is trained to perform multiple related tasks simultaneously.
The process of creating new AI music compositions using machine learning models.
A contiguous sequence of n items (usually words) within a block of text, often used in language modeling and text analysis.
Named Entity Recognition (NER)
A natural language processing task involving the identification and categorization of named entities in text.
An AI model that can perform one specific task, and can’t generalize its experience to other tasks.
Natural Language Generation (NLG)
The process of generating human-like text from structured data or other information sources.
Natural Language Processing (NLP)
A subfield of artificial intelligence (AI) that focuses on enabling computers to interact with, process, and generate text or speech as humans do. It involves algorithms and models that help it understand, interpret, and generate human language in a way that is both meaningful and contextually relevant.
Natural Language Understanding (NLU)
The task of enabling machines to comprehend and interpret human language, which is essential for various applications.
Neural Architecture Search (NAS)
An automated technique that explores and discovers optimal neural network architectures for specific tasks.
A type of artificial intelligence model inspired by the human brain that is used to analyze and interpret complex data patterns.
Neural Network Pruning
The process of reducing the size of a neural network by removing unnecessary connections.
Neural Radiance Fields (NeRF)
A technique for generating detailed 3D reconstructions of objects and scenes from 2D images.
A computer graphics technique that uses neural networks to generate realistic images based on existing scenes by simulating light transport.
Neural Style Transfer
A transformative technique that combines the content of one image with the artistic style of another, yielding unique visual effects.
Neural Turing Machine (NTM)
Computer architecture that mimics the human brain’s structure using electronic circuits, aiding tasks like pattern recognition and cognitive processes.
A model that fuses statistical AI and symbolic reasoning, aiming to achieve general AI capabilities by combining data-driven and logic-based approaches.
A reinforcement learning strategy updating actions based on past experiences, allowing learning from previously collected data.
The practice of training models with limited examples to recognize new objects or concepts. This is valuable when available data is limited.
The practice of openly sharing AI project source code for collaborative development, enabling community contribution and innovation.
An AI system that translates human language into code, streamlining programming tasks by generating code snippets.
A deep learning model that generates images from textual descriptions, showcasing the potential of AI in content creation.
A language model that generates human-like text, applicable in chatbots, content creation, and more.
The successor to GPT-3, advancing natural language understanding and generation capabilities.
A computer vision technique estimating object movement and velocity in images or videos, useful in tracking and motion analysis.
Out of Vocabulary (OOV)
A term absent from a language model‘s training data, posing challenges in understanding new language.
When a machine learning model performs well on training data but poorly on new, unseen data due to excessive fitting.
Part of Speech Tagging
Labeling words in text with their grammatical roles (e.g., noun, verb). This is important for language-understanding tasks.
Partially Observable Markov Decision Process (POMDP)
A language model‘s measure of how well it predicts text, indicating its understanding of context. The lower the perplexity, the less likely the model is to be “surprised” by new text.
Principal Component Analysis (PCA)
A dimensionality reduction technique that facilitates visualization and analysis of complex datasets.
A generative adversarial network (GAN) that converts images from one format to another, valuable for style transfer and image enhancement.
Point Cloud-Based Model
A model that uses a large collection of small data points to process and represent 3D information, important in various fields like robotics and computer graphics.
A set of rules, strategies, or instructions that guide decision-making within an autonomous agent or system. It outlines the agent’s course of action based on its current state and the surrounding environment. Policies can be learned through reinforcement learning.
A computer vision task estimating positions and orientations of objects or human body parts in images or videos.
Precision, Recall, and F1 Score
Metrics evaluating classification model performance based on true positives, false positives, and false negatives.
Prioritized Experience Replay
A reinforcement learning technique that replays experiences with higher learning importance to improve training efficiency.
Privacy in AI
The practice of following considerations regarding safeguarding user data and maintaining privacy while utilizing AI technologies.
A type of algorithmic content creation, particularly prominent in video game development, that generates new gameplay elements like character designs, animations, and environments during gameplay.
Progressive Growth of GANs
A training technique that increases GAN image resolution gradually, enhancing image quality and diversity.
Prompt templates are pre-defined recipes for generating prompts for a language models. AIPRM manages prompt templates of many types, augments them this user-defined variables and content from custom indexes (RAG).
Proximal Policy Optimization (PPO)
A key value in reinforcement learning that quantifies the expected cumulative reward that will result from taking a specific action in a given state. It reflects the model’s learned knowledge about the potential outcomes and benefits of various actions. It helps the model make optimal decisions by guiding its choice of actions to maximize long-term rewards.
Quantum Machine Learning
Integration of quantum computing techniques into machine learning for enhanced computational power.
RAG (Retrieval-Augmented Generation)
RAG, or Retrieval-Augmented Generation, is an advanced AI framework that enhances large language models by pulling in current and precise information from external databases. This process ensures that the responses provided by these models are not only accurate but also up-to-date. Additionally, it offers users a clearer understanding of how these models generate their answers.
A hyperparameter tuning strategy involving random parameter selection to find optimal configurations.
Rectified Linear Unit (ReLU)
Activation function commonly used in neural networks, introducing non-linearity.
Recurrent Neural Network (RNN)
Techniques preventing model overfitting by adding constraints to the learning process.
A learning method where agents improve actions based on interactions with an environment to maximize rewards.
Reinforcement Learning from Human Feedback
The practice of enhancing reinforcement learning by incorporating guidance from human feedback.
Reinforcement Learning in the Real World
The application of reinforcement learning to real-world scenarios such as robotics and autonomous systems.
Reinforcement Learning with Function Approximation
Development and deployment of AI systems while considering ethical, societal, and transparency aspects.
Restricted Boltzmann Machines (RBMs)
Unsupervised neural networks used for feature extraction and data representation.
RL Simulation Environments
Robustly Optimized BERT-Pretraining Approach (RoBERTa)
Robustness in AI
The ability of AI models to perform consistently across various conditions and inputs.
Visualizations that highlight influential regions in input data, helping to interpret model decisions.
Self-Play in RL
A computer vision technique categorizing individual pixels in images, valuable for detailed scene analysis.
A learning paradigm that combines labeled and unlabeled data to enhance model training.
A model’s ability to assess sentiment expressed in text, often used in social media analysis.
Seq2Seq Models (Sequence-to-Sequence)
Neural architectures that translate sequences from one domain to another, which are central to machine translation.
A type of information where the order and arrangement of elements hold significance, such as text or an event series.
Sgapley Additive Explanations (SHAP)
Method for explaining machine learning model outputs, attributing predictions to input features.
A mathematical function used in artificial neural networks to introduce non-linearity into the model. It maps input values to a range between 0 and 1 and smoothly transitions as inputs vary, resulting in an S-shaped (or sigmoid) curve. It’s particularly useful for binary classification tasks with outputs in the form of a probability score.
Soft Actor-Critic (SAC)
A mathematical function that transforms raw scores into probability distributions, resulting in probabilities for each possible outcome.
Spatiotemporal Data Analysis
Examination of data with both spatial and temporal dimensions, crucial for understanding dynamic processes.
Spatiotemporal Sequence Forecasting
The process of collecting data across both space and time and using it to predict future developments over time, used in fields like climate modeling.
The conversion of spoken language into written text, essential for transcription and voice assistants.
The process of reducing words to their base form to simplify analysis, commonly applied in natural language processing.
Stochastic Gradient Descent (SGD)
A variant of gradient descent that randomly samples a subset (or “mini-batch”) of the data in each iteration and uses only that subset to reduce error. This can lead to faster convergence and reduced computational requirements.
Frequently used words like articles that are disregarded in text analysis due to their minimal informative value.
A technique merging the artistic style of one image with the content from another, producing novel visuals.
A generative adversarial network specializing in generating images with specific artistic styles.
A learning approach where models are trained using labeled data to make predictions or classifications.
Algorithms that process symbols that represent real-world objects, ideas, or connections between them. to process symbols that represent objects, ideas, and their interconnections within the environment.
Artificially-generated data created to train machine learning models, often used when real data is limited.
Any type of AI-created media content including images, videos, text, and audio, useful in creative and communications-related industries.
Synthetic Minority Over-sampling Technique (SMOTE)
A technique for generating synthetic samples to address a class imbalance in datasets.
T-Distributed Stochastic Neighbor Embedding (t-SNE)
A dimensionality reduction technique visualizing high-dimensional data in lower-dimensional space.
Text-to-Text Transfer Transformer (T5)
A transformer model trained to perform various text-to-text tasks, exemplifying versatile text processing.
A process where an agent produces new text-based content, applicable in chatbots, creative writing, and more.
The generation of concise summaries from lengthy text documents, aiding information extraction.
The creation of images based on textual descriptions.
The transformation of written text into spoken language, powering applications like voice assistants. Sometimes called “read aloud” technology.
The division of text into smaller units (tokens) for analysis, typically words or subwords.
A strategy that applies a pre-trained model to problems it’s unfamiliar with, allowing it to generalize knowledge it’s gained from a previous task.
Neural network architecture leveraging self-attention to create general models that can be customized for desired tasks. This enables the use of transfer learning, where the pre-trained models can be used in place of large cumbersome amounts of data.
Trust Region Policy Optimization (TRPO)
An AI system developed and used ethically, transparently, and with consideration for societal impact.
Twin Delayed DDPG (TD3)
The quantification of prediction uncertainty in neural network models. This is helpful because deep learning networks tend to make overly confident predictions, and wrong answers made with high confidence can cause serious problems in the real world. Also known as uncertainty quantification.
A problem that happens when a model is overly simple, causing it to fail to capture underlying patterns in the data.
Uniform Manifold Approximation and Projection (UMAP)
A dimensionality reduction technique using Riemannian geometry and algebraic topology to enable visualization of complex data in lower dimensions.
Unsupervised Image-to-Image Translation
The transformation of images between domains without paired data, fostering creative image manipulation.
The practice of training models on data without explicit target labels, allowing them to discover hidden patterns in data.
When a variational autoencoder learns interpretable and independent features in data representation.
Value Iteration Networks
Variational Autoencoder (VAEs)
An autoencoder model that is trained to minimize reconstruction errors between the decoded data and the original data.
Vision Transformer (ViT)
The AI-driven generation of spoken language, pivotal for applications like text-to-speech conversion.
A model that represents 3D space using small cubes called voxels, which are essentially three-dimensional pixels. This is vital for 3D scene understanding.
A GAN variant built for improved stability during training.
The numerical representation of a word in natural language processing, used to capture semantic relationships between words.
AI models that simulate real-world dynamics to make predictions and decisions, vital in fields like robotics, weather forecasting, and computer vision.
A technique that allows models to classify unfamiliar objects without receiving specific training for those classes. This showcases transferable knowledge and is crucial for systems intended to act autonomously.
What to Take From This AI Glossary
We hope that this glossary has equipped you with a deeper understanding of the pivotal terms and concepts that govern the world of artificial intelligence. Understanding the complex language of AI is not just a prerequisite but a powerful lever in steering your business towards a path of innovation and efficiency, fueled by informed decisions and strategic implementations.
Machine learning, a cornerstone in the AI domain, has proliferated in recent years, giving birth to a myriad of applications that can analyze data and patterns to make predictions, optimize processes, and even foster creativity. This glossary has shed light on the various nuances of machine learning, from supervised learning to deep learning, each bringing a different set of tools and perspectives to the fore.
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